WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now

By - November 14th, 2011

WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now
Stockholm-based http://wesc.com”>WeSC earned a reputation early on as one of the more forward-thinking collectives in streetwear, with an emphasis on clean designs, fueled in no small part by the deep ranks of artists, creatives, and “http://wesc.com/wescpedia/what-is-a-weactivist”>WeActivists” the label supported and promoted. And in the years since it’s 1999 founding, the Swedish company has grown to keep pace with rapidly evolving Scandinavian fashion – the region has emerged as a surprisingly fertile ground for design-driven fashion. A case in point is the WeSC Aleister boot, which is now available for Winter 2011. Aesthetically, it riffs on the dual trends in mens winter footwear: hiking and workwear. But it’s no Red Wing ripoff with a few D-Ring eyelets thrown on; WeSC have brought things together nicely by using a subdued – yet vaguely formal – color palette, which is helped greatly by a full-grain leather upper. A unique touch comes from a heel counter, done in a complimentary leather tone. And it’s not all show; the Aleister boasts Italian construction and a solid Vibram sole – both of which are synonymous with quality boots. WeSC has only been doing footwear since 2010, but they’re off to a great start. The boot is http://sneakersnstuff.com/en/product/6855/wesc-aleister”>available from Sneakersnstuff now; check out images after the jump – these might be the perfect reasonably-priced alternative to a Diemme.

WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now
WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now
WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now
WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now
WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now
WeSC Aleister Boots | Available Now

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